Haters still giving Beyonce flack for her mishap at The Presidential Inauguration 2 weeks ago, were left with their mouths wide open after her stunning performance at Superbowl 47 last night in New Orleans. B did a medley of her hits, was even joined by her sisters Destiny's Child (still no official word if the trio will be reuniting for sure) However, it was good seeing them all together again for the halftime show...as a matter a fact the performance was so electrifying the power went shorty after the second half of game started...lol
Missed it? Peep the vid here courtesy of CBS/NFL:
Who says that your favorite group can't get back together? Well it's not NWA or B2K lol. However, Beyonce, Kelly and Michelle aka Destiny's Child are reuniting...well kinda!
Are you ready to go ‘Nuclear?’ Too bad if you’re not, because it’s here. The brand new Destiny’s Child track will appear on their just-announced ‘Love Songs‘ album, a collection of their most romantic tracks from 1997 through 2004, which drops on Jan. 29. It’s the first taste of music from the trio, comprised of Beyonce, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, since they split in 2005.
The Pharrell Williams-produced song is butter smooth R&B, devoid of any room-filling vocal acrobatics by Bey, unquestionably the most famous member of the group then and now. But it’s not Beyonce and the Supremes here — each Destiny lady has equal time to let her silky, rich and celestial vocals shine.
It’s a sweet and sexy track with some harmonizing. Overall, it is rooted in the ’90s R&B sound, with a shimmering backbeat. There’s some bursts of breath that aren’t so much vocals as they are somewhat erotic noises emitted by the girls, and they are sultry and humanizing.
On first listen, ‘Nuclear’ was a little underwhelming. By the second listen, it grows on you, when you realize they sing about “how we keep our s— together.” You’re like, “Damn, Desinty’s got attitude.” By the third spin, you’ll find yourself shuffling and grooving. It’s not an instant “I loved it on first listen” track, but by the time you’ve digested it more than once, you’ll love it.
The trio is also slated to perform together during the Super Bowl's halftime show....is more DC on the way, guess we'll have to wait and see!
The King of the South and his wife’s documentary series “T.I & Tiny” The Family Hustle” premieres next Monday at 9 pm EST on VH1.
Take a personal look at how T.I. lives his life as a husband, father and rap superstar.
T.I. was reprimanded in prison, after security guards caught the Atlanta rapper engaged in a sexual act with his wife, Tameka "Tiny" Cottle.
The rap star is serving a year-long sentence at Arkansas State Prison for violating the terms of his previous probation, stemming from an incident in September of 2010, when he and his wife were busted for possession of ecstasy in Los Angeles.
According to TMZ.com, guards caught T.I. and Tiny engaged in the sexual act during regular visiting hours at the prison, which adheres to strict guidelines when it comes to prisoners and visitors.
As a result of their sexual escapade, T.I. was sent to a "Special Housing Unit" for an undetermined amount of time.
T.I. officially started his 11-month bid in an Arkansas prison.
The rapper entered in the facility this afternoon, according to sources.
T.I., real name Clifford Harris, was forced back to jail after he was found in violation of his probation in September. He was then arrested in Los Angeles with the drug ecstasy on his person.
A spokesperson told TMZ that the rapper will go through a normal entry process, including a prison photo, bunk assignment an will have a “community shower situation.”
T.I. has roughly 300 hours of phone time per month.
In related news:
T.I.'s wife Tameka "Tiny" Cottle pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor drug possession charge, after she was caught with ecstasy and arrested along with her husband T.I., in Los Angeles on September 1st.
This is Tiny's second arrest since 2007 on ecstasy charges.
Tiny's next court appearance is for a pre-trial hearing, which is slated for January 6th in Beverly Hills Superior Court.
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